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How do I run Rails/Rake from another directory?


How do I run Rails/Rake from another directory?

By : user2955716
Date : November 22 2020, 10:48 AM
like below fixes the issue Without you showing the error message you are getting, I'm assuming it has less to do with Bundler than it does Rake. When the rake command is run, it searches for a Rakefile starting in the current directory and traversing up the tree until it finds one. You can override this behavior by explicitly specifying a Rakefile in the options to the rake command. This is done using the -f option.
eg.
code :
bundle exec rake -f /PATH/TO/RAILS_APP/Rakefile my_task:do_stuff


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rails rake runs lib/tasks/scrape.rake when running rake db:migrate

rails rake runs lib/tasks/scrape.rake when running rake db:migrate


By : Mehdi Ben Abdelkader
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Without seeing the contents of your scrape.rake task, it's hard to be sure what's going on, but my guess is that the functionality of your scrape task isn't actually wrapped up in a task. For example, here's a proper rake task:
code :
desc "Output something on the command line"
task :output_stuff do
  puts "I'm outputting stuff!"
end
puts "I'm outputting stuff!"
Rails 3 rake error You have already activated rake 0.9.2.2, but your Gemfile requires rake 0.9.2

Rails 3 rake error You have already activated rake 0.9.2.2, but your Gemfile requires rake 0.9.2


By : Beno
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue This is probably because you have a newer Rake version on your system. You can do as the error says: bundle exec rake db:migrate which runs rake in your application context (rake 0.9.2), or just delete your Gemfile.lock and bundle again.
Rake doesn't find '*.rake' file in 'lib/tasks' directory

Rake doesn't find '*.rake' file in 'lib/tasks' directory


By : Dikshant Madaan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue I have a foo.rake file in lib/tasks directory of a Rails project. , Rake tasks are defined like so:
code :
namespace :foo do
  desc 'rake task example'
  task :bar do
    # Your code here
  end
end
rake db:setup -> rake aborted! Errno::ENOENT: No such file or directory - identify

rake db:setup -> rake aborted! Errno::ENOENT: No such file or directory - identify


By : Obllivion
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue To fix this, install ImageMagick CLI tools from here: imagemagick.org/script/binary-releases.php, Mac OS Binary Release. Installing with MacPorts, which adds the paths to my .bash_profile file. Now rake db:setup command is able to find ImageMagick, and works.
Rails: Custom Rake Task error => rake aborted! missing :controller

Rails: Custom Rake Task error => rake aborted! missing :controller


By : vigneshwaran r
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . The backtrace seems to indicate an error in the routes file, which is loaded when you require the environment.
In these cases, running rake routes will bring further information on the problem.
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